Columbus in Concert

1pm Sundays

Showcasing local concerts by the Columbus Symphony, ProMusica Chamber Orchestra, The Ohio State University School of Music, Chamber Music Columbus and more, Sundays at 1pm.

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Every week is concert week on Classical 101. Tune in to hear everything from Ravel to Bach with witty insight and conversation from hosts in-the-know. Here's a sneak peek of what's on the menu for next week, June 12th-18th

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Every week is concert week on Classical 101. Tune in to hear everything from Ravel to Bach with witty insight and conversation from hosts in-the-know. Here's a sneak peek of what's on the menu for next week, April 17-23:

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Every week is concert week on Classical 101. Tune in to hear everything from Ravel to Bach with witty insight and conversation from hosts in-the-know. Here's a sneak peek of what's on the menu for next week, February 21st through 27th, 2016. 

Weekly Highlights for February 21st-27th: 

Sunday, February 21st: 

1:00 PM, Concerts@Ohio State with Christopher Purdy

Mozart's Overture from The Magic Flute played by the OSU Symphony and conducted by Marshall Haddock.

The Ohio State University Wind Symphony
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Concerts@Ohio State presents performances by the students and faculty of the School of Music at the Ohio State University, Sunday afternoons at 1 on Classical 101.

This week we'll hear selections from the 2015 Student Concerto Program, with soloists joining Marshall Haddock and the OSU Symphony.

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Every week is concert week on Classical 101. Tune in to hear everything from Ravel to Bach with witty insight and conversation from hosts in-the-know. Here's a sneak peek of what's on the menu for next week, January 31 through February 6, 2016. 

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Every week is concert week on Classical 101. Tune in to hear everything from Ravel to Bach with witty insight and conversation from hosts in-the-know. Here's a sneak peek of what's on the menu for next week, January 31 through February 6, 2016. 

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Every week is concert week on Classical 101. Tune in to hear everything from Ravel to Bach with witty insight and conversation from hosts in-the-know. Here's a sneak peek of what's on the menu for next week, January 17th through 23rd. 

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Two weeks after I arrived in Columbus twenty-five years ago, I was directed toward Mershon Auditorium for a concert given by the orchestra and chorus of the School of Music at The Ohio State University. 

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Along with multiple concerts around Columbus this weekend, Classical 101 is keeping your calendar filled with the best Classical music with several special broadcasts. Here's a sneak peek of what's to come on-air.

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The Columbus Symphony Orchestra Masterworks season comes to its end with two monumental works for orchestra. Join Classical 101 and host Christopher Purdy for the broadcast of the season finale at 1pm on Sunday, June 7. 

Columbus Symphony conducted by form music director Jean-Marie Zeitouni
Columbus Symphony

This morning, in a state of happy exhaustion, I take a look at performing arts activities in Central Ohio April and May. 

The Ohio State University's School of Music performance of Verdi’s Requiem on March 8, 2015 in Mershon Auditorium
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Yesterday, March 8, nearly student 200 musicians from all backgrounds and religious creeds gathered on stage at a public university to offer up one glorious, united Requiem. I can think of nothing more pertinent and altogether necessary.

Ohio State University’s production of Requiem was the product of two semesters’ worth of rehearsals and preparations, and it showed. The OSU Symphony Orchestra played exceptionally well under the direction of Marshall Haddock, and the choirs were an illumination to the talent and work ethic of the choral faculty.

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The School of Music at The Ohio State University presents Giuseppe Verdi’s Requiem at 3 pm next Sunday, March 8 in Mershon Auditorium.

Marshall Haddock conducts the OSU Symphony and OSU’s combined choirs. Robert Ward is choral director. The performance will be broadcast live on Classical 101.